Auto Repair Blog

Is an Oil Leak or Another Fluid Leak a Sign of a Looming Repair?

Most people have heard gearheads state oil is the lifeblood of an automobile.  Oil reduces friction within the vehicle’s engine, ensuring it functions as designed and transports drivers from point A to point B.  The average driver is aware that the failure to change a vehicle’s oil in a timely manner will spur the need for […]
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What Factors Affect the Different Oil Change Prices?

It is important that you get your oil changed as recommended by the manufacturer of your vehicle. Depending on the type of car you have, you may need to have your oil changed every three months or 3,000 miles or you may need your oil changed every 5,000 miles or every six months. Some newer cars […]
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What is Diagnostic Testing and Repair and Why Is It Important for Automobiles?

If your check engine light comes on, you will want to bring your vehicle to a car repair shop in a timely manner. When the light comes on, the car is telling you that something is wrong, but unfortunately, it does not tell you exactly what is wrong. The first thing that an auto repair […]
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Auto Maintenance Tips for Drivers Returning to the Road

Plenty of drivers are returning to the road now that the coronavirus pandemic is finally coming to an end.  If you have not driven much or at all in the prior months, it is time to brush up on your driving skills.  Consider taking a defensive driving course and taking a few practice spins around […]
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Signs Your Tire Pressure Sensors Need to Be Replaced

Tire pressure sensors are important, as they help you to see if your tire pressure is low. This alerts you to air that may be leaking from a tire or tells you your tires may need more air added to them. Older tire pressure sensors typically have a lifespan of about five years, while newer sensors […]
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8 Reasons why Your Vehicle Jerks When You Press the Gas Pedal

If your vehicle jerks when you accelerate, do not ignore the issue and continue to drive assuming the problem will rectify itself in due time.  A vehicle that jerks when accelerating is an indication that there is an underlying problem that must be addressed.  Let’s take a look at the top reasons why vehicles jerk […]
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